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StillLearn
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Re: [Anveo] Custom SIP URI.

Step 1... I understand that. I certainly would work with a copy. I have made several call flows.

What does it mean to "Create a new inbound sip"? Are you referring to a SIP call control in a call flow?

How does step 2 give me a SIP URI?

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said by StillLearn:

Step 1... I understand that. I certainly would work with a copy. I have made several call flows.

What does it mean to "Create a new inbound sip"? Are you referring to a SIP call control in a call flow?

How does step 2 give me a SIP URI?

From your dashboard click on IVR Call Flow | Inbound SIP Trunk for IVR Call Flow. Click on "Add a new inbound SIP". Assign one of your call flows and click save. You should now see a newly created SIP URI that you can use.
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StillLearn
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said by grand total:

From your dashboard click on IVR Call Flow | Inbound SIP Trunk for IVR Call Flow. Click on "Add a new inbound SIP". Assign one of your call flows and click save. You should now see a newly created SIP URI that you can use.

I see. That process give me a *@sip.anveo.com:5010 address, which is a SIP URI. I see the *string starts with my account number. These could be used by somebody else (or me) as a SIP "phone number" that would "ring" into that call flow and do something such as connect to my "SIP device connected to Anveo.com for this account", transfer, get a message, or whatever.

Thanks.

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said by StillLearn:

said by grand total:

From your dashboard click on IVR Call Flow | Inbound SIP Trunk for IVR Call Flow. Click on "Add a new inbound SIP". Assign one of your call flows and click save. You should now see a newly created SIP URI that you can use.

I see. That process give me a *@sip.anveo.com:5010 address, which is a SIP URI. I see the *string starts with my account number. These could be used by somebody else (or me) as a SIP "phone number" that would "ring" into that call flow and do something such as connect to my "SIP device connected to Anveo.com for this account", transfer, get a message, or whatever.

Thanks.

Exactly, you're welcome.
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said by StillLearn:

These could be used by somebody else (or me) as a SIP "phone number" that would "ring" into that call flow

FYI there is also a "special" SIP address which rings your SIP device directly bypassing the Call Flow system.

sip:1555XXXXXXXXXX@sip.anveo.com

XXXXXXXXXX = your account number
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StillLearn
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said by Arne Bolen:

FYI there is also a "special" SIP address which rings your SIP device directly bypassing the Call Flow system.

sip:1555XXXXXXXXXX@sip.anveo.com

XXXXXXXXXX = your account number

Thanks. That sounds worrisome. Somebody who knew my account number, including somebody who had the a SIP URI which starts with my account number, could ring in around my call flow filtering.

Is there such a thing as having your own SIP server where you would have something like 123@4.5.6.7, where 4.5.6.7 is your IP number